Catalog Record: View of the title to Indiana a tract of country on the River Ohio, containing Indian conferences at Johnson-Hall in May, 1765; the deed of the Six Nations to the proprietors of Indiana; the minutes of the congress at Fort Stanwix, in October and November, 1768; the deed of the Indians, settling the boundary line between the English and Indian lands; and the opinion of counsel on the title of the proprietors of Indiana | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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View of the title to Indiana [electronic resource] : a tract of country on the River Ohio, containing Indian conferences at Johnson-Hall in May, 1765; the deed of the Six Nations to the proprietors of Indiana; the minutes of the congress at Fort Stanwix, in October and November, 1768; the deed of the Indians, settling the boundary line between the English and Indian lands; and the opinion of counsel on the title of the proprietors of Indiana.

Related Names: Wharton, Samuel 1732-1800.
Language(s): English
Published: [S.l. s.n., 1775?]
Subjects: Iroquois (Indiens) > Terres, transferts des.
Iroquois Indians > Land transfers.
West Virginia > Histoire.
West Virginia > History.
Note: Attributed to Samuel Wharton--National Union Catalog pre-1956 imprints.
ISBN: 066543796X
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